Project #24118 - Macbeth Questions

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Act II Scene 3

1.   What is another name for Beezelbub?




2.  What does Lennox think of the weather from the night before?




3.  Who first discovers the king’s body?






  How does he react?




What orders does he give?




4.  How does Banquo react to the news?





5. Find a place where Macbeth’s speech remains poetic even though there is chaos when the king’s body is found.




6.  Who does Lennox suspect of having murdered the king?





7.  What has Macbeth done in a scene that is not shown on stage?




How does he explain why he did this?




Why do you think he did this?





8.  What is the effect of Lady Macbeth fainting?







9.  What do Malcolm and Donaldbain decide to do?  (BE SPECIFIC).  


Why do they do this?

What does this show about them?


Act II Scene 4

1.   What does the old man mean,

By th’ clock ‘tis day

And yet dark night strangles the traveling lamp

Is’t night’s predominance, or the day’s shame

That darkness does the face of earth entomb?

When living light should kiss it?



2.  What are Ross and the old man saying?





3.  What does Macduff say about Donaldbain and Malcolm?





4.  What has happened to Macbeth?




5.  Why do you think Macduff does not go to attend the coronation of Macbeth?



Act III Scene 1


1.   Refer to Banquo’s comments before Macbeth enters:  What does HE think happened?




2.   Is Macbeth asking or commanding Banquo to attend dinner?




3.  What does Macbeth say about Malcolm and Donaldbain?




4.  In Macbeth’s soliloquy, what is he thinking?




5,  What does he mean,


No son of mine succeeding.  If it be so

For Banquo’s issue have I filed my mind;

For them the gracious Duncan have I murdered.





6.  Why does Macbeth speak in prose to the assassins?





7.  Why does he choose these men?





8.   Why doesn’t Macbeth kill Banquo himself?


Act III Scene 2


1.  What does Macbeth mean,

We have scorched the snake, not killed it               Line 13




2.  What does Macbeth mean,

Better be with the dead         Line 19

Whom we to gain our peace, have sent to peace

Than on the torture of the mind to lie

In restless ecstasy.





3.  Why doesn’t Macbeth tell his wife of his plans?







4.  How has Macbeth’s and Lady Macbeth’s relationship changed?


Act III Scene 3


1.  What does the second murderer mean, 

We have lost the best part of our affair?




Act III Scene 4


1.  What does Macbeth mean, 

        I had else been perfectLine 21




2.  What does Macbeth mean, 

Here had we now our country’s honour roofed,           Line 40

Were the graced person of our Banquo present

Who may I rather challenge for unkindness

Than pity for mischance.




3.  By looking at Macbeth’s lines, describe Banquo (Banquo’s ghost).




4.  What is ironic in this scene?



5.  How does Lady Macbeth try to cover for Macbeth?



6.    How does the Macbeth’s relationship change in this scene?




7.  Why does Macbeth decide to go back to find the witches?  



What does he want to know?





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